On Wednesday, April 10, the CST partnered with GradFutures to welcome astrophysicist and award-winning science communicator Paul M. Sutter to campus!  Paul first met with CST staff and various science communicators from across campus to discuss his new book, Rescuing Science: Restoring Trust in an Age of Doubt.  He then presented a public lecture entitled, “We Don't Need Science Communication (and Other Lies We Tell Ourselves)” with special emphasis on the work of graduate students and postdocs as current and future science communicators. The talks were extremely well received and appreciated.  Thanks, Dr. Sutter!